The Bridgeton Neighborhood Plan was developed and approved by the City of Portland to help guid the neighborhood through changes of the next 20 years. The plan helps residents, property owners, business owners, developers and other thinking of locating here to understand the desires and vision of its current residents have for the future.
The City of Portland has endowed it's citizens with an arsenal of resources for every issue and opportunity. Here are a collection of links and sites you might find helpful.
Portland Homeless/Campsite Reporting One Point of Contact - www.portlandoregon.gov/toolkit Talk to a human in the know: Jonathan Lewis, One Point of Contact Program Specialist, Assistant Homelessness Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program, Jonathon.email@example.com
The mighty Columbia River is the cornerstone of our way of life here in Bridgeton. Please find here a comprehensive list of river resources and links. Please let us know if there is something we should add. This community is all about collaboration, so your feedback helps!
Levee Repair & Accreditation: Oregon Solutions Overview Our levee repair & accreditation is an official Oregon Solutions project. Please visit the link below for a project overview & update of recent engineering assessments conducted for PEN1 and PEN2. http://orsolutions.org/osproject/MCDD
Peninsula Drainage District No. 2 Multnomah County Drainage District www.mcdd.org
Columbia River Water data Visit this site to find real time information on the Columbia river levels at Vancouver. www.waterdata.usgs.gov
Columbia Slough - Regatta Visit this site to find out about the Columbia Slough Regatta and other info on water, bike and hiking trails. www.columbiaslough.org
Christmas Ships information and schedule for the christmas ships event on the columbia river www.christmasships.org